Warner Robins’ Ahmad Walker gets offer, Central DB Justin Williamson commits

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Warner Robins linebacker Ahmad Walker has received another offer to play football at the college level.

Ahmad’s latest offer came from Army West Point. The six-foot, 230-pound junior has gotten other offers from Akron, Charlotte, Georgia State, Troy and Coastal Carolina.

Here’s Ahmad on his latest offer from Army West Point.

Warner Robins junior LB Ahmad Walker’s tweet on his offer from Army West Point.

AHMAD WALKER 

“For one, I can connect with my dad. He was in the military. That’s very unique. The campus is very unique also. They’re about 40 miles outside of New York City, so that’s pretty good.

“Also, the degree I could walk out of there with and everything, you know. It’s a really good school and I’m really interested in them.”

Speaking of offers. Central senior defensive back Justin Williamson recently accepted an offer from Hanover College. He announced it on Twitter.

Justin helped lead the Chargers to the playoffs in his senior season. He finished the year with 64 tackles, 12 pass breakups, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and one fumble recovery touchdown.

Here’s Justin on why he chose Hanover College.

JUSTIN WILLIAMSON

Central senior DB Justin Williamson’s tweet on his commitment to Hanover College

“The coaching staff. They’re really loving and everything. They opened their arms up real nice. Recruiting kind of went bad for me, so for them to open their arms up to me, I really felt special.”

Justin also runs track and plays soccer, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, his season has been cut short.

However, he has a message for his fellow athletes.

“It’s not a time to rest. Every day is a grind day. As soon as you get a chance to get some grind in, just go get it. Anything you get the chance, just grind out.”

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